Foulger Transport has quit Palletways to become the seventh Kinaxia subsidiary to join Palletforce – following in the footsteps of Lambert Brothers, Panic Transport, William Kirk, N C Cammack, Maiden’s of Telford and Bay Freight. Palletforce has also announced this week that Sprint Xpress, another East Anglian haulier, has joined its network, having defected from […]
Leicester-based Premier Logistics is to move to a new home this autumn, which will allow it to significantly grow its warehousing business as well as offer new services.
Premier Logistics has signed a two-year contract with Capitol Tiles, which said it expected its deal with the haulier to “dramatically reduce” damage it had previously seen with pallet networks.
Palletforce is looking to take advantage of inevitable consolidation in the pallet sector with its new £50m hub, according to chief executive Michael Conroy.